Lord of Fire by Emma Merritt
Jarvia watches silently as the magnificent Highland chieftain gallops into her village. The silver-tressed Norse beauty has heard the whispered rumors about the one they call Malcolm Duncan --- how his first bride took her own life rather than submit to his barbaric needs. And now the enigmatic Scotsman seeks a Nordic wife --- to unite two warring peoples and bring peace to a troubled land.

Forced by necessity to marry, Jarvia reluctantly agrees to share her handsome enemy's bed . . . while vowing never to surrender her love. But Malcolm is a warrior accustomed to victory. And he is determined to release the raging fires beneath the frost --- to conquer not only his proud lovely's body . . . but her yearning, defiant heart as well.
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  • Dark Ages


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Overall Rating: 3.40 // Action: 1.0 / Emotion: 2.5 / Romance: 4.5 / Sensuous: 1.5 / Suspense: 4.0 // Historical Flavor: 3.5 / Laughter: 0 / Tears: 0

*Lord of Fire* was an enjoyable read, but it is definitely not a must read. While the plot eventually became intriguing and drew interest, E.M. failed to develop the deep emotional connection to her hero and heroine that are necessary requirements for an outstanding read. See Wolf Bear Does Books ( for a more in-depth, detailed review of *Lord of Fire*.
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